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OIIEGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909.
Judge l, II, lilmli'k annul Bunduy
Willi irliiilvi'K lu lliihhnitl,
(', N. W illi, nf Canity, wit In Orn
Hun ( liy Muinliiy on a business trip.
J, W. Thtinta, of Oswego, wa
nmung ilm Ori'Kon Clly bunlue vl
It oi h Thuitlny.
Ji li it Itlwloy, of llliiluy HI Hi ton, und
,Mr. Ilrt, of Onli Drum, went In Uro
Hun Clly Muiiilny,
('. N, 'tlt, (ilm or din liuiil owner
of Cunliy, wit In Uri'Kuii Clly on u
IhimI iii'nh trip Ih In wiu'k.
(ii'iiiK" Hhi'iirnr, a prominent fitrni-
cr nf Mnchsbiug, wn In Oregon Clly
TliuiHiliiy Maying lili tiixcM,
Nlrely furnished rixHiiH Kuil Ipi in til
Hull' reasonable, Inquire UU Hv
HUli HI. Ilumii plume. H2M. CI
1 ' 1 1 it r I ' ('. Iliilii'iii'lt, aflur spending
n fi'w ilny ni Ilm I -k I " 1 i M' hit ro
tunii'il Id III" liniiiii In (hi clly.
Mlim ICvik Moult on ri'liiriH'd Monday
from l or v it 1 1 1 mul Inileiieiiileiii'ii
Whelll Kill) llllll lli'l'll vIlilllllK flll'llll
fur several liny,
!( ill HAI.i:-(ioml Inriilnilor. Impilm
II. T. I'ttvlN, Mb mul Mitlu HI.,
K Wllniin, mm nf Mr, uml Mr
W. J. Wllnill rulururit liniiiii Thursday
evening from Hnli'in, where hit vtnlt
Ilii' Ii'HIhIiiIiiih wllli friend.
ItlVltlllllllM llftVK I II iHUleil fur
tin- puny in Im Klvi'ii ty MIm IMnn
lluliiiiin ul Imr limue mi HUtli iiiii
Washington Htl'eel thi CV.'llllllt
Mr. mul Mm. N. It Ijiiik, who Imvu
been vIxlllliK loliillvi'il III Oakland
4 'a II fornl it, fur thu pirni two muiith
leltirueit In their liuiim l IhU clly
last I humility uiumlng.
Waller Ili'Mi'li. furinerly mi iiikIii
or In Hi" 1'inpliiy nf ilm Wllliimi'lin
Pulp ft I'npiT Cu. lull rui w nf Nurth
ru I'iillfiirnln, arlved In Oh'Koii Clly
'l'ui''luy fur n visit Hh ul. friends.
Jniiii Pliuiiiriiiiu, whu In nn mil
luyv In tlio uilli'ii of ihti b'liiiiiiui
I'ulp ft paper Cuiiipiiiiy, arrived In
Oregon Clly mi Siiliintiiy iiiuniliiK, mul
riiniii'il in 1,1'l.tiinin ''tiiii.iiy kvi'iiIiik.
,M!n Clara Mllrhell, who In Working
in tlio nii'i uf llu Aii'ur J, i:
lurk. went to her home, t Hontly
huttirtlny evening, where slut iiIIi'IiiIkiI
n iliiiii'lnii party, returning Hutnlay
Plenty uf money (n lolill at lowest
rate. C. II. Dyii, col Main Ht.
Mr, mul Mm. Dave Kyro. of Halem,
were guesi this twli of Dr. mid Mm
lieorgu Hm-yti. Mr. Eyre In rlilr
ir llii Halem limik. Mr. Kyri return
Vtl In Kuli'in Mutnlny, whllw Mm. Kyrn
went lu rurtlmnl fur vlull with
Mm. (i. W. tirnr mul daughter El
Imi, returned Mnnday from I'ortlmid
where ihi'y Mml nvurl ilav visit
Ing wllli Mm. . H. Clark. Minn Com
lino Clnrk m-ruiupmilid Itii-ni to Dili
rlly wlii-rv lio will vlull for a fi'w
Ml Ji'n C.ry. nf ihn 'vi'iiii and
i-IkIiI KrnilK. Knllim rtiuol, linn r
mIkiu'iI Iut poHltlun, ami Mini Mauda
Mniili'y. wim furninrly ltiKlit (ho
'lKhlh Krmln Hi Cnrvlll, hn Uknn
lhi plum iiimln vmnnl by Mln (jmy'i
Auonry fnr Iho plittirled ML llnod
lli't'r. l'lnni'or Triiirfor Co, Ikith
V. I Uml. fiinni'rly runmrlfil wlh
Ihn llMtitlry Jtrn. Compiiny dniK
ilurn. wn In tln'Kuli Clly Thtimdiiy
vUUIiik KmuiiK hi ft loud. Mr. U.iiU
)i Ihtii In rlmrKi nf ilruic mnra nt
Mmiduii fur ilm pirn jror, mid I nt
rrfm'iil In rnrllmid,
liurn, Thumdny. nt 13 o'rlurk, nn
idKhl mnd nn to Mr. and Mr. Will
lr Ki'inl, of (irwn J'ulnt, Mihr
nnd chllil nr. iIoIiik wnll. Mm. I(id
wit fnrmiTly Ml Curn Whllu. and
Mr. mid Mm. Whim nro vnry proud uf
tludr fliiil Krikiidrhild.
Th Miinl.i nf Unhurt (i. Allri'd wn
llliil III Ihn ruimty court vi-itrr-
iln.v, mid Mm. Nuitlu Allmd w K.
iolnii.il mliiiliilntrnlrl. Thn pniH-rty
I Nlimitol nt MurkMiiirn nnd I vnl-
urn m l.noo, H. E. Cro I IN nt
KldiT Mnrtln. of Hie Kant Portland
rhuroh nf Hid Hovrnth Pny Advi-nt-lt
will nnwcr. n nnnuiinri'it Mun-
nay I'vi'iiltiR nt Ilm Klmt IHiptlM
rniirrn, nr. riullnu on Ihn Hahhulh
liiiHtlnii on Stindny nlfurnnun nt 3
u'rlnok In Ilm Woudmun hull, to which
hii nr inviti-ii.
I). I. Ilolman, of McMlnnvlllo, fnlh-
THAT IT 13 CHEAPER, IN
ACTUAL DOLLARS AND
CENT8, TO BUY AT THIS
STORE THAN ANY OTHER
PLACE IN THE CITY. WE
BASE OUR ARGUMENT ON
ACTUAL FI0URE8 WHICH
ARE VERIFIABLE BY ANY
WOMAN WHO WILL TAKE
THE TROUBLE TO CARE
FULLY NOTE THE PRICE
WE QUOTE BELOW CN
WELL KNOWN 8TANPAR0
, BRAND GOODS.
Tomatoei, 3 can 25o
Corn, 3 ennt 25o
Pea, 3 can 25o
Picnlo Hami per pound 11o
Dried Fig (fresh stock) 5c lb
Raiilm, (loose Muicatel) -
4lb for 25 cents
Hard Wheat Family Flour
per lack $1.30
J. E. SEELEY
Ninth & Main.
or of II, l lluliiiiin of, I hi idly, wu
un Uri'Kon (,'liy vlnllor on Krldiiy mid
Huliiiiluy. Mr. Iloliiuin, who I ono
of Ihn pionilmwil iiloimnm of Ilm Hi III o
nf Uii'koii, lofl fur Hiili-m wlmre hn
iuIiuhImiI ihn Klftlitth AtililvDmiiry of
Ilm AiIiiiIhnIuii of Oli'Kuil to tlio
Kor Hnlii Kri'Hh mllih cow uml
cmnin omrnlor. Addro A. Unliirlcli,
Cluitkuinii, Ori'Kuii, H
Jiiiiik Cliuri'h, of Condon, Kaatnrn
Ori'Kon, I vInIHiik hi piuoni, Mr.
mul Mm J. W .Church of thi clly,
Tlio hi IukiI nt icidorudi) will Kim a
liiiNkot mii'liil nt Urn nrlnxil hutiHu Kl'l
dtiy iiIkIiI, prociiudH to no tuwuril Hit)
Ki'liuul llliiury, A llliirniy proitriiiii
win nn uivi'ii uy tiiu pupil,
Thn folluwIiiK wvrn Kimili'd marrl
UK" llii'iiKo Uy County C'lmk Urnnn
iiiiiii 'I'ljoHilny ; llcrthu IIiiiimiiii mul
I''. M. MoNVIII, Ihn lutlnr IioIiik fium
lliiud Itlvnr; Mia MiirKimrllo litUK
Kr mid Mllui Jom.
Mntinl I'li'iiannl Civic liutiiovKiiionl
Chili will Klvo u Hiippor on Wunlilnu
Inn' hlillidiiy In .Mount i'li'UHiinl
i:liim hmiHi'. A inUHlcnl proKnimnm
will Im itivmi. I'iIcm of Hiippor 2U
Thi' intuitu of Chnrli-M Mlilluiii wn
llli'd fur iiiolmti! Wi'ilrtiiHiluy, Hmiiuid
Kluvi'U huh iiiiiih'iI iih riiiTulur. Mr.
Mlilluiii wun ilrowiicd lu thu Wllluui-
'I In ltlv-r llliuilt all wei'kit Uku mid
lil liinly waa nut rociiviiriil,
HuliiTl (ilm Imr, who linn had clinrKu
of Hm Hhulml ai hool fur anvt'rnl )wir,
Im ti'iiliiiii'd hi poHltlon nnd liiki'ii
clinrKu uf tin i Cliulii. aclinul,, Mr.
(ilnllmr I unu of Cliirhmuiiii cuuuly'a
aiii'i't-KKfiil li-urhnra, IiiivIiik UiiKht In
tunny uf the chhiIh IhruiiKhuiit Ilm
.Mr. nud Mr. J. 1,. Harry nnd ihlld-ri-ii
iiirlvifd. In (iroKuu cil ythl wwk
fnuii Ohkoii, Wlai'on. Tim Hurry
(iiiully win- furniorly runldi'tita of
llila clly, koIiik to Wlhciiiiain two
your uku, hut Ilm wmllmr Im lim-n
m Hi'Vi'in tlnro I hi wlutor thfy with
iiuniim in atiuiil i luiiimr und ri'luriiod
in Urn lit tut uf Chinook rain. Mr.
Hnrry n lti-r of Mia. K. H. linker,
n fill clly.
Mmmy loanml. Almtrnct made.
Til In riTllllcd. Iowcnt rati-. C. If.
I ')', Odl Miiln 8l.
J. U Kruu, Dim of ilm mnt pniiiil.
in-ill farmer In Ilm county, was In
Dri'Kim City Monday uml from Imro
w.-nt to pnrtliiiHl on a IiiuiIiich trip.
Mr. Krui I unKiiKi'd lu furiiilnic on
n 425 ncrn tract at Hlmrwood, on thn
Kalniirl'iirtlnnd i-li-cirlc" car lino ho
Ins nlinul oun mill. dUlnni from Ihn
farm. Mr. Kruan uy Hint by hulld
liiK I hi line It Im hroiiKht thu value
up on Hie propnrty at that plnco.
Mr. and Mr. H. K. Hunker, of Cln
Kiln tit. Wah.. aru vlaltlnit wllli Mr.
and Mm. Wllllum firlltlth. of Thlr
iniMith mid Mil I n Siri-et. Mr. Orlflltli
beliiK an iinrlii of Mr. llunkor. Thcv
nm on their way to Kan Kranclacu
when- they will vlull wlib a alater of
Mr. Hunker, and her hiiHband will
KD to Peru. S. A., where ha ha ap.
enpu-il n pi lt Ion In the minx. Mr.
iiuiiKi-r win follow lamr.
Mr. W. A. Ilullnntmck. Dlalrlct Man.
kit fur Kller piano Hoinw, tnti
lliui nn very well pleaaed with ru
ult from their nulvcn ImIiik alo In
Ori'Kon City. Hvn beautiful I.Il-I,
Itrndn planus have been placed to dntu.
nn nope to mum, Ilm club by March
Knrm Wantcid 80 aero or mori
aultablit fur Ki'iieral furniliiK or dulry
ok rnn or wholo Improved. Ad-
dmaa X. V. Z. care of thi iiaoer. 12
Ir. V. II. Jlmlra ha nrrlveil In
Itev. I;.. ( Inrento Oukley. of thn Con
Kri'itntioiml Church. eichaiiKeii pulpit
wnn urn huv. I'tiul Itader of HiiHHalo
unKretcntliiuiil Church. Pnrtlniul ou
Sunday. In (ho nvenliiK Knv. Wllllum
Duncnii rnrBiiaun. of the lllblo ileiinrl-
mem or in l-acltlc Cnlvenilty. Korcat
.rovo. Kitppiieil thn pulpit nt Iho Oro-
aoii i ny I oiiKroKatlnniil Church. Hy
hla imrautinl efTnrl. Itev. KiTKUsun
ha raUnd $;liijmo fur Iho endowineiii
if thi ilepartnmnl, and expect to
uicrenao it in ;,o.O(Mi.
ori-Kmi t ny nnd will make hla home
hern. Dr. Jlndra haa rented office
riK.iiia In lh Mnaonlc bulldltiK, and
la IiihIuIIIiik nn X ray ninchliie, a
leucoilfHcniil lamp of COO-raiiille piw-
it. u menic llllll'tlllli' nnil oilier luteal
eincirii'ui appllnuce by which he
irouta thn lck. Dr. Jlndra n-wnlly
nrrlvod from KuruH, whern ho bun
linen prnctlcltiK hi prnfeaKloii. nnd
aflur nrrlvlnu In America irnotlced
modlnlnn In ChlciiKO. New York and
ninny other Iiuku cltlea of the Emit.
Ha hna been connected with thn.
.Miiuninii) view Sanitarium In Port
land fur Home lime.
ANT hu Two or throe furnlBhed
rooma for houaokoopliiK. Quiet, re
spectable, peoplo, refnroncos given.
U C. Holbrook, OrnRon City. It
DATES OF FAIRS SET
WILLAMETTE VALLEY FAIR AND
RACING CIRCUIT ASSOCIATION
MEETS IN PORTLAND.
Tho Wltlnmotto Valley Fair and
HucIiik Circuit AhhocIuIIoh, composed
of different fulr asBoclntlons lu the
Willamette Valley, hold a moetlna; In
the rooms of the Rural Spirit of
Portluml Saturday afternoon, Repre
sentatives from every fair association
In the Valley were present. Ooorge
Uiasollo, of this city president of tho
Clneknmna County Fair Association,
represented that association, and
JuiIko C. N. Walt represented the peo
ple of Cunhy. Dates were sot for tho
meotliiKs of Iho fairs at the meeting.
The Clackamas County Fair will be
held lu Cunby from September 30 to
October 2, Inclusive. It Is nrobnble
that ono of tho racing circuits will
be held nt Canby under tho auspices
of thu people of Canby on June 4th
and 5th, as nmny of the horsemen of
the state have their horses nt present
training on the race track at the fair
groumlH, and wish to unite with the
Canby people In arranging for a race
The AsHoclutlon has fixed the fol
lowing dates for the fairs to be held
In different towns: Cnnliy (race meet)
Juno 4th and 6th; Independence, Juno
171 h. 18th, and 19th: Portltind, July
3, 4, 6: McMlnnvllle, A'ugust 25,
2C, 27,; Sclo, 30, 31, Sepember 1;
Albany, September 2, 3, 4; Canby
Fnll Meeting, September 30, October
1. 2. I
The ailppur anrved by the Women
of Ihn Hi. Paul' (iiillil at ma wiiium
nltn hull on Halurday evimliiK wu a
decided aiu'i'i'H a well a thu nunc
liiK puriy Klvnn by thu Duimhtur of
thu Kln, which followeil Ilm uppur,
Thn hull wn appropriately decoraled
wllh heurla. mid preaimlud a vury Bi'
irncllvn autienraucii, Mr. Tlumduri)
W. Clurk luiil chiiritn uf tlio pnal nf
di'ii wlmri) vnlniillne were auld and
dlHlrlliUled. .Mr. Clurk wn aalled
by Mia Mnjurlii Cuulleld, Mlaa llur
rlet Chnchriltl und Mr. K. T. Klnlda,
Thn bnutli wn vnry artlat Icnlly tnnd
nf henrta nnd eviuyreeti. Tim Imoih
In which Ihn punch wa nerved, wu
prealded over by Mia Murlnn wiw
thwnltn. nHlHlil by Mr. John U'Wlh'
wnlte. Till booth uIho nttracted the
iitloiitloii, wllh II decorallyn. of thu
vlHliora. An excellent orclieHtra rur
nlahed Dm iiiiimIc fur Hi" duncliiK. Dnr
hiK the cvi-iiliiK the Women of Ihn
C ! ul Id aervi'd aundwlclie and cofIor.
The IJiunln Iluniimt of (ho Pre-
livterlau ItinlherliiMid. which IikiK
placu ut Hm liiiiun uf Mr. mid Mm.
Aiulmw ItuborUou Krldiiy cvenliiK,
wu iiltmided by wnnn furty memlinr
nf ilm club and their frlen.l mid wn
u inuHt palrliitlc mid enjoyable iifTulr.
Tim room wer iecornti-d fur the
oi i iihIuii with fliiK mid plcturen of Iho
Martyred President. Kv. Wllllum
PnrNuii. nf Heaver pull, Pit.. d'Uv.
eri'd mi ulilu nddreaa on Lincoln, hla
life, hla atniKKle ami tlioan miulltli'S
nf fit 1 1 It und luvo of Jiuulrn und fair
iich which mndo I.lncolii thn clinruc
h-r he wn. Itev. A. 8. Koali-r, of
portluml, reliiied how In 1H3 ho nmt
nml coiiverHed with Ilm martyred
Pn-nlilcut. Mr. C. Sclumbel apokn nn
I.lncnln aa u lawyer und Mr. O, I).
Kby on UiicuIu'k wnrk. Mr. II. A.
ItiimtM ncii-d it toHitiiumter. Pur
Inn Hm evi-nliiK Mra. leuu Ues Jr-
ii- fuvured her Imarrr with nevurai
dellKlitful Kolua, appropriate for the
Mln Klalu Piildow entertained u
number uf her friend nnd clnHS-tiiaii'k
at her bumn l Willamette, SulurJny
aflerniKin, February llllh., from 3 till
II o'clock, linmn were jiluynd and
a "IthymliiK Content" and (hu K.in.c
of "Peanut" with epeclnlly
Juyed. Tim flrH( prUe lu (he cole
teat wero won by Mlaa Nelllu ta.cn
and Kern Hiltton, while Mlaae Cnra
(iruve und Nellln Cupen carried off
Ihn runaulallon prlne. Tboao preent
were Mlaae Kern and Marlu llrlttnn.
Heatrlce Oliver. Nellie Capen. Klor-
enco FnimonK, Ixirla Waldron, Cora
(iravox, Kdllh RoKer. Itulh Leuvena,
IU-al Kkko, Violet Slrtir, Klalo, Hut
tin and tleiiliih Kiilduw. Mia Snldow
wa uaalated In entertalnlliK her
frlenda by Imr mother, Mra. 0. U
Hnldow and her slater, Mm. M. A.
Thn (ierman Society held Its regu
lar monthly im-niluK lu the Knupp
hull Suuduy. Thu afternoon waa
apent IrT a musical nnd literary pro-
Krnmmu and a supper was served.
Many were present.
Mlaa Edna Ilolman entertained a
few of her young lady friends at her
home on Saturday evening. (James
and music were, among the features
of the evening' entertainment. "The
ClioHt of Muddun Halt." a play prose
cuted by Mlsa Florence ('.race, Klor
encn Whllu. Iulse Walker. Ixiulao
Huntley and Madxa IlrlKhtblll was
well given. During the evening refresh
ment were served by tho hostess.
The houan wa preftlly decorated
with hearts. ,
Tim Canemah aid society have re
sumed their meetings und a most en
joyable one wu held lust week nt
thn home of Mrs. It. Howell. The
uftemuon was spent In eing, and
followed hy refreshments. Since the
organization of this socle tj four
years ago. much good has been done
by the members In assisting tho poor.
The society has a benefit fund, ami
only Inst week found a deserving fam
ily who needed assistance. About
$J5 Is In the treasury, which will be
useif In helping the newly. Tho mem
bers of l he organization are all ear
nest workers, who tnko a delight In
the good work they nro doing.
Theodurt Osmond was taken un
awares Inst evening al his homo on
Right and Washington Streets by a
few of his friends, who presented him
wllh a handsome Mershaum pipe,
tho occasion being his birthday The
evening was spent In cards and mus
ic. Present were Messers. Hnrry Eu
gene Wnlte Draper, Dr. Hugh Steven
Mount, William Rlchnrd Ixgus, Dr.
Louis Adam Morris, Dr. Clyde Ketch
Mount. Clyde Gibson Huntley, Char
les Wesley Pope. Harry Smith Moody,
Dr. Alfred Lincoln Heinle, Joseph
Orant Goodfellow, Uvy Longfellow
Sllpp and "Teddy" H. Osmond.
J. M. Ixuig, of Portland, and MIbb
Mnbel Hltchmnn, of Parkplace. wero
united In marriage by Judge W. W.
II . Samson on Wednesday afternoon
In the presence of the Immediate re
latives of the contracting parties. Mr.
Ixing Is an attorney of Portland, and
ho and his bride have gone to that
city, where (hey will mnka their fu
ture homo. Mra. Long Is a dnughter
of Mr. and Mra. Hltchmnn of Park
plnce. Mrs. Clyde O. Huntley entertained
the members of the Aloha Club at
her homo on Eleventh aud Washing
ton Htreot Thursday afternoon Bridge
was the feature of the atfernoon's af
fair In which Mrs. L. Adams wns
awarded the first, prize and Mrs. 0.
W. Easthnm the second. During the
afternoon tho hostess served a lunch
"The Noisy Crowd" a club of young
women of this city were entertained
ut the homo of tho Mlssea Duulton
on tho west side Inst night. In obser
vance of tho birthday of Abraham
Lincoln. Games were tho features
of the evening, aud refreshments wore
Mrs. C. H. Cnufleld will entertnln
tho Derthlck Club nt her home. 415
8th Street, Frldny, February 19. nt
Its regular meeting. She will have as
her gui'Hta the Avon Club and the
Dickon Club. There Is to bo a musi
DON'T hlTCH VOUR HORSE IN
THE RAIN Get acquainted with E.
w. women & Co.. ComDlete House-
fiirnlshora. Use tholr free stable room.
C. W. DAMM
CANBY, ...... OREGON.
Balloon Talk of 1806.
Itobnrtaoii, the celel.r ited aeronaut
ho ascended from Piilmaburg biat
fenr, I endeavoring to oMnlu the nee
Fnnry nlatmicH at Hint place for the
(ohalriictlun of an air luillnon on i
very large acnle, ll propose Unit It
sliiill be 722 feet lu (lliiuieliT, whb b hn
'.iili'ulitie will curry up Hilriy-seveii
Inn nnd which be iiihii, therefore,
will easily support fifty people nnd all
necessary i roiniiioilnlloii for tlu-iii. It
la to haw allaihed to It n vcxm-l fur
ii Ih Ik 1 wllh mast, Kails snd every
ilber art III required for navigating
I be set In case of nci lileut and pro
vided wllh a cabin fur the aeronaut.
proTly fitted up, galUry for conk
ing, proper atore fur stowing provi
sion nnd several other convenience.
To render the ns'i-nt more safe, ( In
to lake up another smnllir balloon
wit bin It nnd a pariK bote, which will '
render I lie descent perfii'lly gentle If
the outer balloon tnirsta. Prom lis
construction It will b rnlciilati-d to re
main lu the nlr several week.-From j
HiiiIkuii (N. Y.) Ilaliincu and .fluid- :
bin it Repository of July 15, 1HO0. I
An' Awful Rabukt. i
Once iihiii a time a certain lominu j
nlty planned to give n dinner to a
Judge there. When the Judge came to j
m an the list of those Invited he rnlsiil ;
rlguruu protest ngulust one name, j
Unit of a mini who bail Im-i-ii Hm most I
brilliant lawyer In town, but wim w:u j
now the town drunkard. They flnully
overcame bis opHiltloii, but Hie town '
drunkard lint! lunrd uf II. He was the I
lust uker cnlliil utmii. He arose
mid mii lil : "Mr. TotiHtmiistcr Fifteen j
years ago I hud a practice In thin town
Hint ninnuiitcd tn fl2,'KKl year. I '
had a wife and family whom I snp- :
purled In comfort. I bad my own j
horse nnd cnrrliiK. Al Hint time the
guest nf Hie evening wn on hi way
west lu nn emigrant wagon. lie land- .
ed In I hi town mid started in to make !
his living. Klme then. Mr. Toast mas-
ler." tie cried, with a pathetic break In
his voice "since that time I have' been 1
gulng steadily duwn, down, down, and
our guest hna bn-n going up.- up, up,
until now we are Just about on a
Disraeli denrly loved a Juke at the
pipeline of others. An author wbo
bad sent hi latest effort In llctlou to
him received the following compll-
I tbnnk you fur the book you sent
me and will lose no time In reading It.
"I wonder what make my eye o
weak, a fierce Radical once aaltl to
"It Is because they are In a weak
place," w the reply.
An Incident In the life of the late
Lord Rnsslyn show bow acute waa
the sense of burner tn Plsracll. "What
cnu we do with RossylnT" he asked of
Make him master of the buck
hounds, a hi father was." suggested
No," replied the premier; "he iweara
far too much for that We will make
him high commissioner to the Church
of Scotland." And such he was made.
A Mik.r of Bull.
Somo excellent bulls are credited to
William Arulln, wbo was a Loudon
police Judge In the thirties uf the last
ceutury. He once rvmarked to coun
sel, "If you can bow precisely at
wbnt moment the offeiise was commit
ted and prove that the prisoner wa
not there when he did It. he could not
possibly have dime It." And be sagely
added. "We cannot direst ourselves of
common sense In n court of Justice.'
Of a similar character was an axiom
he ouce delivered himself of, which
hn beeu maliciously fathered on many
.it her occupants of the bench, "If ever
there wns a case of clearer evidence
than this case, this case la that case.
A certain college president In In
dlnnn, a clergyman, wheu addressing
the students In the c hnHl -at the be
ginning of the college year observed
that It was "a matter of congratula
tion to all the friends of the college
that tho year bad 0ened wllh the
largest freshman class In Its history."
Then, without any pause, the good
man turned to the lesson fur the dnr.
the Third Psulm, and began to rend In
a voice of thunder:
"Ixird, how are they Increased thnt
trouble meV-Petrolt News-Trlbuue.
A Drawing Card.
"I see sixteen years elnpse between
acta 2 niAl 3," said the manager.
"Gives me an Idea."
"What'a that?" lmiulred, the author.
"I'll hare the gowns that the heroine
Wears during those sixteen years on
exhibition In the lobby. That ought to
draw the women In drove." Louis
ville Courler-Jonninl. ,
Leading Tragic Man Pld you see
how I paralyzed the audjence tn the
death acene? They were crying all
over the bouse! Stage Manager Yes;
they knew you weren't really dead.
Blobbs Women me certainly contra
dictory. Slobbs-Thttt's right. It's
when a woman gets hut at you that
she treats you coldly. Philadelphia
A woman In a divorce case wa
asked why she bought adornments In
stead of necessities. Who shall de
cido what are necessities for women?
Lookers on nmny times see more
than the gamestcrs.-Rncon.'
Curate And so. Mrs. Howard, you
come to church every Sunday? Mrs.
Howard Yes, Mr. Priestly. We're
Sjct trnngers In town yet that we
nave no other engagements. Brooklyn
The Poor Woman.
"He climbed almost to the top of the
ladder nnd then fell off."
"What was the trouble?"
"There was a woman nt the bottoiri
Liberty ennuot be established with
out morality -nor morality without
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An Eccentric Russian Doctor.
The fatuous Russian, the late Dr.
Zaburlu. wit noted fur hi eccentric
method. When summoned to attend
C'tax Alexander III. In his Inst Illness,
Ir. Znhnrln required the same prep
arntlun fur his visit to the palace a
to any of his patients' bouses. That Is
to say, all dug bad to be kept out of
the way, all clock stopped aud every
door thrown wide open. lie left his
fur In the hall, bis overcoat In the
next, room, bis galocbe In the third,
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in. ordinary Indoor costume. He sat
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and every eight step In going np
ctalr. From the patient' relatives
and every one else In the house be re
quired absolute silence until be spoke
to them, when hla questions bad to be
answered by "Yes" or "No" and notb
"Twenty dollars for retrimming your
hat!" exclaimed Mr. Madison. "But
we agreed to spend nothing except for
things that were positively needed."
"Well, John, this 1. You see, my
best friend has Just had bera re
trl mmed, aud 1 bave promised to go
with her to the concert on Friday."
"Oh, all right. But I can't give you
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J broke my meerschaum and must bave
"Can't you smoke your old brier
woody "Certainly, dear. And you can wear
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"John, let's beglu. to economize next
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"All rlght."-New York Herald.
"Ylctorlen Sardou hated hams,"
said a New York theatrical manager.
'"If you tried to Impose on him he
would call you down.
"At the Amblgn during a "rehearsal
he said he doubted an actor's state
ment that he had given forty hours of
study to his lines.
" 'You doubt me?' said the actor hot
ly. "1 assure you, M. Sardou, 1 have
never lied but twice In my life.
"Snnlou smiled dryly. '
"Then thlsvmakes thrice, eh? said
H Wa 6low.
He uttered a Joyous cry.
"And I nm really and trnly the first
man you ever kissed?"
"Yes. Clarence." the beautiful girl
rcjolued, her red Up curling slightly.
"The others nil took the Initiative."
Kansas City Independent.
Knew th Trouble.
"You are wasting your time, old
man," said Fred to George. "You are
courting the wrong girl."
"No: she' the right girl. I'm afraid
the trouble Is I'm the wrong man."
Th First Raquiait.
Colonel What do army regulations
make the first reoulslte In order that
a mn pay be burled with military
honors? rrlvate Macshorty Death,
yer honor! Illustrated Bits.
' "Well, doctor; boy or girl?"
'T'hat'a good. My wife won't take
my best clothes to cut down for her."
--New York Press.
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fence If barbed wire is stretched over
the top. Frank Busch is selling a
new kind of wire of 2G00 feet cover
ing capacity to one hundred pounds.
Why do you always look for Cheap
Cheap Good? Better first look for
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The Clackamas County Fair site
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There are two parties negotiating
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that they are making are quite flat
tering, but It is probable that tbe fair
association will make arrangements
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The horsemen are recognizing the
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winter track. There is need of a
good winter track In Oregon so that
our Oregon horses may be In train
ing for the early part of tbe racing
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with California horses, especially In
the early part of the season.
If the Fair Association purchases
the grounds the policy will doubtless
be to TJuIld adequate stable room so
that horsemen will come to Canby to
winter their horses. This will be a
great benefit to Clackamas County
and especially to Canby, as It will
not only benefit the breeders of race
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provements. ' The two large sales
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way.and when completed will make
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the building has been moved to tbe
Rural Delivery, Will be Discontinued.
Thai nart nf rural fre rtn!lverr
route No 6 from Holcomb School
.house north and westerly, will be dis
continued on account of Impassibility
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